Margot (Lefebvre) in Blue

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– Cassatt painted many portraits of Margot wearing different costumes. If you like this one, you may want to look up the others.
– Although her family objected to her becoming a professional artist, Cassatt eventually became a role model for young American artists. She also inspired Canadian female artists who were members of the Beaver Hall Group.

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Mary Cassatt was best known for her portrayals of mothers and children.  She especially liked children.  Her subjects were often her nieces and nephews as well as the children of her friends.  “Margot in Blue” is an example of her later work which shows a child wearing a floppy white bonnet and a blue dress.  The painting is now at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

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